5:30 p.m. Registration & Cocktails
7 p.m. Welcome and Dinner | 8 p.m. Program


We invite you to join us for this beloved evening of inspiration and hope in the beautiful Landmark Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Dallas. Lynn and Gil Friedlander & Linda and Ken Wimberly will co-chair this highly-anticipated evening, which begins at 5:30 p.m. with registration and cocktails in the lobby. Welcome remarks and a seated three course dinner follow at 7 p.m. with the featured program at 8 p.m.

Tables of 10 start at $6,000. Single tickets are $600/each. All in-person tickets and sponsorships include complimentary parking, cocktail reception, and a three-course seated dinner. View full listing of benefits here.


Each year, the Hope for Humanity award is presented by the Museum to recognize an outstanding individual who demonstrates a dedication to the improvement of society and embodiment of the Museum’s mission.

This year, we are proud to honor long-time supporter and Lifetime Director Larry Schoenbrun for his tireless commitment to supporting non-profit organizations throughout the North Texas community. A passionate defender of human and civil rights, Larry generously dedicates his pro-bono legal work to helping those facing persecution and seeking asylum - something he does in loving memory of his grandmother and numerous family members who perished in the Shoah.


The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum is dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference. Through our work, the Museum imparts that Upstander behavior begins with education, and inspires students and adults alike to speak up and to act, especially when the easiest course of action is to do nothing at all.

Proceeds from the Hope for Humanity fundraiser benefit the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your support of this event provides vital funds that make our year-round work possible. Click here to learn more about just a few of the programs your contribution supports. Thank you!


Events@dhhrm.org | 469-399-5202

Publication deadlines: September 6/invitation, October 6/event program book. Print recognition varies by donation levels (see contract for more details).

It was a privilege to honor Cynt Marshall as last year’s Hope for Humanity Honoree. A history-maker as the first Black female CEO of an NBA team, Cynt is also a trailblazer for successfully creating and sustaining an inclusive, diverse corporate culture. Also at the 2022 event, we proudly debuted an original Museum-produced short film sharing a story of the Kindertransport told through the personal testimonies of siblings Magie Furst and Bert Romberg.

A story of the Kindertransport

00:05 Event Chair welcome remarks

03:15 President and CEO remarks

10:03 Survivor Tribute

15:38 Board Chair remarks

18:17 DHHRM Film: Kindertransport

29:11 Tribute to Cynt Marshall

39:39 Cynt Marshal remarks

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